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Q&A With Christopher White, the Bicycle Coalition’s New Director

Christopher White was named as the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition’s new executive director almost a week ago.

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Tuesday’s Headlines

Think like Amazon to make transportation sustainable; Administrator of CA e-bike program under investigation; Richmond wants to tax Chevron's output; More

Join Us for the Streetsblog SF/CAL Milestone Anniversary Party on 9/12

Streetsblog California is turning 10 this year, and Streetsblog San Francisco is turning 15. Happy birthday to us!

Construction Nearing Completion for OC Streetcar, Opening Expected Summer 2025

Tracks and stations appear nearly complete for the 4.1-mile streetcar. Through Santa Ana much of the light rail project is accompanied by curb-protected bike lanes.

Help Shape Bike Parking in State Building Code

The Building Standards Commission is updating its code, which means it has to update bicycle parking standards. Weigh in!

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Congressional Watchdog Launches Probe Into Why Massive Cars Kill So Many Pedestrians and Cyclists

If NHTSA won't get to the bottom of the megacar crisis on their own, the investigative arm of congress will.

Talking Headways Podcast: Killed by a Traffic Engineer

Author Wes Marshall on writing process, the ideas of risk and exposure and what he learned from pouring over old transportation engineering journals.

Car-Free Cities Are Not ‘Radical’

"There’s no element of social engineering or ideological weirdness or Brave New World to a city that doesn’t prioritize cars."

Monday’s Headlines

Locating train stations and bus stops on freeways is a terrible idea; Amtrak is breaking ridership records; Cities worried about e-bike safety impose new rules on riders (but don't build safer streets); More

Friday Video: Debunking Engineers’ Excuses With the Power of Hip-Hop

Buff Brown breaks down how to bust through traffic engineers' bullshit, one bar at a time.

New Poll: S.F. Voters Want Better Transit, Safer Streets, and More Car-Free Spaces

Safe and livable streets issues are winning issues. When will more Bay Area politicos realize that fact?

Eyes on the Street: Burbank Front Street Bikeway Under Construction

The city of Burbank is currently upgrading a mile of bike lanes on Front Street, improving bike access to the Downtown Burbank Metrolink Station

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